Actor Akshay Kumar might be seen in Priyadarshan's 90th film ‘Oppam’ which will be released in Kerala. The director is working on his next project.
The reports revealed that Akshay Kumar will be seen in Priyadarshan’s next film which is a "hilarious family entertainer".
The rumours are doing round that Akshay would be seen in Priyan’s film that will be produced by Rohit Shetty.
Nonetheless, there has been no clarity on exactly what this task would be — at one time, the prominent hypothesis was this would be a redo of the Tamil hit Visaranai, which was as of late chose as India's legitimate section to the Oscars in the Best Foreign Language Film class. Priyan has conceded that he has purchased the redo rights for the motion picture, which depends on the novel Lock Up by M Chandrakumar. Nonetheless, he will just begin take a shot at the film after his present one with Akshay and Rohit Shetty wraps up.
Of his venture with Akshay, Priyan said, "It will be a comic drama film, on the lines of the silly comedies we have done together. The points of interest of other cast individuals are yet to be settled. We are chipping away at every one of those things."
Interest about Priyan and Akshay's film is normally high. It is following five years that the pair — who worked together on hits like Hera Pheri, Bhagam Bhag, De Dana Dan, Garan Masala and obviously, Bhool Bhulaiyya — will collaborate once more.
Priyan himself has not made a Hindi film after 2013's Rangrezz.
It is protected to say that it was Priyadarshan's Hera Pheri that dispatched Akshay's vocation to the following level in the new thousand years. Khatta Meetha is the stand out of the Akshay-Priyan movies that was named a "normal" worker (the rest were hits or did above normal business)— and even that figured out how to gather over Rs 40 crore in the cinema world. BeforeHera Pheri, Akshay had a string of failing to meet expectations movies.
Between Dil To Pagal Hai (in 1997; in which he had a visitor part) and Jaanwar (the film he did just before Hera Pheri), Akshay had no less than eight failures. On the off chance that one goes past DTPH, there are more unsuccessful motion pictures — Akshay's Khiladi establishment had lost its once mysterious status in the cinematic world.
Hera Pheri was unquestionably not the principal film to flaunt that Akshay could be a flexible on-screen character — Yeh Dillagi andSangharsh had built up that he had what it took to be more than an activity star. Be that as it may, his perfect feeling of comic planning, in plain view in movies like Main Khiladi Tu Anari, had not been saddled by a chief in the way Priyan did, with Hera Pheri.
Hera Pheri demonstrated that Akshay had a screen nearness that went past his hand to hand fighting moves. Alongside Paresh Rawal and Suneil Shetty (who had been Akshay's friend in-arms before Saif Ali Khan assumed control over that part) Akshay made Hera Pheri, a revamp of Priyan's Ramji Rao Speaking, a basic and business achievement. Thus a recipe was built up.
Priyan changed his Vellanakalude Nadu as Khatta Meetha; De Dana Dan was the Hindi variant of Vettam; Boeing got to be Garam Masala and the widely praised Manichitrathazhu (Mohanlal, Suresh Gopi and a stupendous Shobhana) got to be Vidya Balan-Shiney Ahuja-Akshay Kumar's Bhool Bhulaiyaa.
Since 2011, when Priyan and Akshay last cooperated, Akshay's vocation has shot into the stratosphere. In the Khan-ruled industry, he's cut a personality for himself as the energetic hotshot; among the most bankable on-screen characters in the Hindi film industry. What's more, 2016 has been a decent year for Akshay: The main five Bollywood grossers of 2016 so far have three of his movies — Housefull 3, Rustom and Airlift. Together, they have done a business of about Rs 363 crore. (Sultan is on the main spot, with Rs 300 crore; Fan rounds off the rundown at fifth position, with Rs 85 crore in profit.)